the tennis courts of the Münger bakery in Paradiso thanks to Cuccio Viglezio and Guido Keller.Still in the course of 1955, Albino Mangili sets up the sport facility in Noranco: in the three years passed there, the Lugano club contends its first official championships and celebrates its first promotion to first division in 1956.The Resega's inaugural season coincides with the first professional players wearing the black-and-white jersey: Gene Miller, followed by the Chinese-Canadian Larry Kwong.
Since the 1985-86 season, the club has won seven national titles, five play-off finals, reached the final round of the European Cup final twice, reached the Euroleague Top Four Final once, reached the Super Six 2007, a decisive action in the Spengler Cup and two third places in the Continental Cup Superfinal.The HC Lugano "family" consists of Youth Sections, a Ladies Team, and HC Lugano-Ceresio.In fact, the lack of political support causes the club's eviction from Loreto, too.In 1955, the Lugano club plays a few games on what functioned as tennis courts in summer, i.e.At the end of the season, an author of the scaling of the black-and-white team in National League A finally and definitely gives up ice skating: Alfio Molina.
In order to give a turning point to the whole environment, the president Mantegazza gives way to a real technical revolution and calls a new coach from Sweden: John Slettvoll.
For the adventure in Series A, the Lugano club engages an American defender, Bob Hess, with more than 300 games in the NHL and the greatest promise for Swiss hockey: Jörg Eberle from Canton Appenzell.
However, with the sixth final place, the championship of the black-and-whites is not really memorable.
With him, inflexible in and outside the ice, arrives a player destined to become the Resega's favourite: Kent Johansson.
The 1983-84 season is very regular: the team ranks in 4th position.
The team celebrated their promotion to National League A in the 1970-71 season.